DIECI at the Hungaroring

The Hungarian Grand Prix is the 11th race of the 2017 Formula One World Championship and will be held on 30 July. The race, which will be staged on the Hungaroring circuit on the outskirts of Budapest, has always been considered one of the most demanding by spectators and drivers, due to the extremely hot conditions during the race weekend and the succession of twists and turns with few places for overtaking that test the cars and drivers to the limit.

DIECI return to Sochi

We can say that DIECI now has a new home in Sochi, at the Autodrom circuit on the banks of the Black Sea. It was there on Sunday 30 April that the Russian Grand Prix was held, which unfortunately saw (OK so we’re Ferrari fans) Mercedes’ Valtteri Bottas take the chequered flag ahead of Sebastian Vettel and Kimi Raikkonen for Ferrari.

A HERCULES for the WILLIAMS MARTINI RACING MOTORHOME

Birmingham’s NEC is the UK’s largest exhibition centre, spanning over 20,000m2, hosting 160 shows and exhibitions and attracting over five million visitors every year.

DIECI takes on MotoGP

At the racetracks of Jerez de la Frontera in Spain on 7 May and Le Mans in France on 21 May, followed by Mugello, Barcelona, Assen and throughout the remainder of the 2017 MotoGP season, a Samson 75.10, one of the flagship machines in DIECI’s industrial telescopic handler range, will be fulfilling a valuable support role.

MINI AGRI in the Garden of Europe

The plain between Florence, Prato and Pistoia is universally known as “The Garden of Europe” due to the huge number of nurseries which, since the mid 20th century, have characterised the landscape in this part of Italy. This alluvial plain is blessed with a particularly favourable microclimate and benefits from southerly exposure at the foot of the Apennines, which protect it from cold winds.

Agri Tech for the LAND OF LAKES

187,888, and that’s just counting those of a significant size… This is the number most frequently suggested by various sources that like to call Finland the “land of 1000 lakes” (and it strikes us that a thousand, in this case, is a rather drastic rounding down…).

Agri Tech on the NILE

One of the largest nations in Africa, Sudan extends along the course of the Upper Nile, the river which flows across the whole country and which since time immemorial has linked the history of Sudan to that of Egypt and the neighbouring Arabian peninsula, with which it shares a language (Arabic) and a religion, Islam.

DIECI on the roof of the world

Cerro de Pasco is a Peruvian city with two striking characteristics. Not only is it the most elevated city on the planet, at 4360 metres above sea level, it also lies on the edge of one of the world’s largest open-cast mines.

DIECI CROSSRAIL

Crossrail in London has been called one of the largest railway infrastructure projects in Europe. The project was conceived in 1941 and drafted into the city’s urban development plan in 1944 (during the Second World War!) by one of the world’s greatest urban planners, Sir Patrick Abercrombie, who planned the major reconstruction and expansion of the English metropolis even while it was being pounded by German bombardments.

APOLLO IN OLIVE DRAB - DIECI telehandlers destined for the Swiss army

It’s a little known fact that Switzerland, despite being a neutral state, has a small but highly trained army that has effectively deterred any aggression down the centuries of Europe’s turbulent history.

Runner 40.13 in Antarctica. Exceptional machines for extreme climates

King George Island (Isla 25 de Mayo for Argentines) is the most important island of the South Shetland Archipelago, in the Antarctic continent, because of the presence of the only airport in the region and for the numerous Scientific Bases of various countries, including the “Carlini Base” also called “Jubany”, one of the 6 permanent bases implanted by Argentina in Antarctica.